Earwigs or ‘pincher bugs’ get their name from the myth that they crawl into sleeping people’s ears and tunnel into the brain. This is a myth, and they really don’t do that. However, they can be creepy to find inside your home.
These insects enter your home from weep holes, under doors or small cracks at the exterior. They typically live in locations like under mulch, yard debris or decorative stones, just to name a few.
Earwigs feed on leaves, flowers, fruit and even other insects. Homeowners can seal cracks and crevices to prevent them from getting inside homes as well as remove harborage areas like leaf piles, mulch piles or other vegetation.
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